Stayed for business, very satisfactory. Although having to register to the membership programme to get free wifi seems unnecessary in the modern world where most hotels just provide this.
The business centre charges a very high rate by the hour for the Internet (unless you are checking in online with your airline) which is free to go online and print your boarding pass which is a nice touch.
On arrival there was a free glass of wine which was also a nice touch on a Friday evening.
Hotel, staff and facilities were awesome. Room was really cool and so were amenities. Very modern, great atmosphere, neat game room, etc. Really like the flooring, not carpet, but wood. Bathroom, shower, etc. was great too and we loved the shampoo, conditioner, body gel and lotion too! Beds were SO comfy and staff were super great! Very modern look, feel and atmosphere. Only would suggest a dimmer light option in the bathroom if doable and in the hotel room/hallway and maybe another chair and desk or table. Only one chair was in the room. Loved the open feel! Great, great hotel!! Suggests that hotel staff have maps available for visitors. The staff were helpful and the bartender very nice too!
We had a fabulous stay in the Hotel Indigo in Baltimore. A preparatory phone call to the hotel helped us plan our transportation from the airport and we were greeted with enthusiasm when we arrived. I cannot say enough about the fine staff. They were helpful, courteous, proud of their hotel and just enjoyable to be around. Plus, the same faces met us at the front desk, the bar and restaurant and in the housekeeping staff. The consistency was a real plus. The public areas are designed with great consideration to the uses of the areas. The main entry is spacious, flavored water is available, there is ample seating and water and dog treats are available for the canine guests. To the left of the main entry is a lovely library with comfortable seating and cozy nooks. The restaurant and bar, the Poet, is to the right. It is the perfect spot for any meal but also a drink after walking the streets of Baltimore. The rooms are bright, clean and new. The hotel is nicely located in the midst of monuments, museums and transportation possibilities. Plus there is a garage across the street if guests have driven. All in all the Hotel Indigo is our new favorite hotel.
Johns Hopkins University occupies north Baltimore. To the south, the National Aquarium in Baltimore is Maryland’s most popular attraction. Oriole Park at Camden Yards revels in baseball’s past with a statue of Baltimore’s own Babe Ruth. Lexington Market offers an authentic glimpse and taste of Baltimore culture. The B & O Railroad Museum depicts the origins of mass transit in America.